That's quite possible. There are all kinds of things that need timing, so multiple watches will be useful, if not essential. There's a thread somewhere (or maybe it's a link to a site) that discusses this.Maybe she has them synchronized for two different situations...
Why is the female astronaut, in the red shirt, wearing a Casio watch on both wrists? The watch on her right wrist looks like a DW5600 variant, and on her left wrist a W-71 :-s
Yes they do. The G7700/7710 has dual CDT's, and the G056 and DW56 have 9 interval timers that run in seqence.Does Casio make a G Shock wth more than 1 countdown timer?If not Casio needs to develop a G Shock with multiple countdown timers - perhaps the equivalent of the Mudman but with 2 countdown timers instead of 2 stopwatches.
They do, but that's why I find them useful, eg exercise - rest repeats. Incidentally, you can effectively have 2 countdowns running parallel on the DW56RT and the G056 polygons, by using one of the preset CDT's and one of the interval timers. Not a perfect solution due to the presets being a bit limiting, and only up to 60 minutes, but it's there.While the 7710s have "dual" CDTs you really cannot have two running together. They run serially not in parallel. To me this isn't as much a dual CDT as the Mudman 9000s dual cronos are.
I don't know the rules on that in depth, but I believe showing weapons in posts just for effect isn't allowed. I'm not sure if those handguns really needed to be edited out or not, that's just how I found them.Is there an anti firearm display rule in effect? The first run of pictures has handguns edited out, but not rifles. You can PM me if this has been discussed before.
The second picture was posted before this addition was made.There is an exception for pictures of a documentary nature which illustrate the actual use of watches, and which are in keeping with the general theme of the forum in which they are posted.